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LONESOME AND SORRY (Benny Davis / Con Conrad) Ruth Etting - 1926 Irving Kaufman - 1926 Lee Morse & Her Blue Grass Boys - 1926 Jean Goldkette & His Orch. (vocal: Carl Mathieu & James Stanley) - 1926 Adrian Schubert & His Orch. (vocal: Henry Ford) - 1926 Imperial Dance Orch. (vocal: Irving Kaufman) - 1926 Nat Shilkret's Victor Salon Orch. (Instr.) - 1926 The Clicquot Club Eskimos - 1926 The Corona Dance Orch. - 1926 Broadway Broadcasters - 1926 Rae Eleanor Ball (Instr.) - 1926 Regent Dance Orch. - 1926 The Vernons - 1926 Maisie Ayling - 1926 Victoria Carmen - 1926 Savoy Orpheans - 1926 Frank Guarente's World Known Georgians (vocal: Ted Noyes) - 1926 Sergei Abranovicz - 1938 (German title "Einmal ist keinmal") Victor Silvester & His Ballroom Orch. (Instr.) - 1938 Doris Day - 1951 Bob Crosby & His Orch. (vocal: Bob Crosby) - 1951 Ziggy Elman & His Orch. (vocal: Jud Conlan's Rhythmaires) - 1951 Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians (vocal: Kenny Gardner) - 1951 Frank Petty Trio - 1953 Johnny Meijer (Instr.) - 1953 Dick Haymes - 1957 The Three Graces - 1959 Kari Lynn - 1961 The Laurie Sisters - 1961 Nat King Cole - 1962 Teddy Wilson & His All Stars (Instr.) - 1976 We were so happy, you and I Why did we drift apart I can't forget you, though I try You're always in my heart There's no one to console me when I'm blue There's no one who can take the place of you I'm lonesome and sorry Because you went away Lonesome and sorry I miss you more each day When night time comes stealing I wonder how you're feeling Are you lonesome and sorry The same, dear, as me Though you've been gone a little while To me it seems like years I have forgotten how to smile My eyes are blind with tears Our old time friends all ask for you in vain I always say that you'll be back again I'm lonesome and sorry Because you went away Lonesome and sorry I miss you more each day When night time comes stealing I wonder how you're feeling Are you lonesome and sorry The same, dear, as me Are you lonesome and sorry The same, dear, as me (Transcribed by Peter Akers - July 2014) (Updated by Mel Priddle - March 2017) ************************** as recorded by Nat "King" Cole with orchestra conducted by Belford Hendricks 1962 Lonesome and sorry Because you went away. Lonesome and sorry, I miss you more each day! When night time comes stealing, I wonder how you're feeling; Are you lonesome and sorry The same, dear, as me? When night time comes stealing, I wonder how you're feeling; Are you lonesome and sorry The same, dear, as me? (Transcribed by Peter Akers - July 2014)

    


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